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Place a straightedge on each mark and hold it firmly. Score the line several times with a sharp utility knife. Position the sheet so the scored line just overhangs a straight, square table edge. Hold down the straightedge firmly, directly behind the cut line. Snap off the waste with a firm downward motion. File the cut edge as needed with a fine metal file. 4. Cut the corner supports. The three corner supports are cut from 1 x 1 or 1 x 2 lumber. They install into three of the four corners of the storage compartment and serve as screw backing for the adjacent panel joints and as supports for part M, the lid/tabletop of the storage compartment.
Cut the cloth with scissors. If you will pad M, cut the foam to the same size as the wood, and increase the margin of the vinyl by the thickness of the foam on each side. Tightly wrap the vinyl to cover the top faces and all edges of each wood piece, securing the edges of the vinyl to the underside of the wood with staples. Also staple tabs or loops of ribbon or other material at each end of M to serve as handles for lifting out the panel. To attach the drinks shelf (L), mark its location on the mirror (the top of L should be aligned with the top of F), and drill five pilot holes (three for the longer leg of L and two for the shorter) all the way through to the storage area.
Art Of Woodworking - Routing And Shaping by K. Winchester